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*This allows a user to access all [[Groups|groups]] in the given context (system, front page, course category or course context), irrespective of what group the user is in or whether they are in a group at all. For example, a user with this capability set to allow can browse forum postings of users in other groups when the forum is set to separate groups.  
 
*This allows a user to access all [[Groups|groups]] in the given context (system, front page, course category or course context), irrespective of what group the user is in or whether they are in a group at all. For example, a user with this capability set to allow can browse forum postings of users in other groups when the forum is set to separate groups.  
*The default teacher role has this capability set to allow.
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*The default teacher role has this capability set to allow. It is not set for the non-editing teacher role.
*In new Moodle installations from Moodle 3.2 onwards, this capability is not set for the non-editing teacher role. It is set to allow in sites upgraded to Moodle 3.2.(See MDL-55981 for more information.)
 
  
 
Note: Users with a role in which [[Capabilities/moodle/course:managegroups|moodle/course:managegroups]] is allowed and  moodle/site:accessallgroups is not set are able to add/delete/update groups (and groupings, if enabled) in a course.
 
Note: Users with a role in which [[Capabilities/moodle/course:managegroups|moodle/course:managegroups]] is allowed and  moodle/site:accessallgroups is not set are able to add/delete/update groups (and groupings, if enabled) in a course.

Latest revision as of 12:41, 21 April 2020

  • This allows a user to access all groups in the given context (system, front page, course category or course context), irrespective of what group the user is in or whether they are in a group at all. For example, a user with this capability set to allow can browse forum postings of users in other groups when the forum is set to separate groups.
  • The default teacher role has this capability set to allow. It is not set for the non-editing teacher role.

Note: Users with a role in which moodle/course:managegroups is allowed and moodle/site:accessallgroups is not set are able to add/delete/update groups (and groupings, if enabled) in a course.